Bored with your nail polish collection? Need a little inspiration to try something new? Check out the best of 2014! Top Nail Polish Collections.
The Best Drugstore Nail Polishes
If you’re looking for an incredibly affordable nail polish line, then look no further than these drugstore options. Here are the best drugstore nail polishes that you can pick up on your next trip to Walgreens, CVS, or Target!
Best Nude Nail Polishes
Nude nails are so chic and sophisticated, not to mention a great way to show off a fresh manicure. If you’re looking for the perfect shade of nude nail polish, check out this roundup of the most popular nude nail polishes!
Best Red Nail Polishes
Red is one of those classic colors that will never go out of style. For Flawless red nails every time, check out this list of the 16 Best Red Nail Polishes!
I would like to see a list post of the most popular nail polishes for this year. It’s hard to keep track of them all and I always feel like I am missing out on some great colors!
I would also love to see a post on the best at-home gel nail polish kits. I have been debating whether or not to purchase one, and this would be very helpful. I have heard so many good things about them, but have no idea where to start!
There are so many nail polish collections for 2014, it’s definitely hard to choose a favorite. Luckily, we’ve narrowed it down to the top 10 most popular nail polishes from last year.
1. Ooh La La Laces by China Glaze: This is one of our favorite nail polish brands and the color is simply gorgeous!
2. Nailtini Straight Up Color in Bloody Mary: It’s a bit more daring and we love the red hue mixed with the metallic copper base.
3. OPI Nail Lacquer in Kiss Me on My Tulips: We really love this shade of purple, especially because it’s unique and vibrant without being too dark or too bright.
4. Zoya Nail Polish in Neve: A very light color that is great for summer months when you want something neutral yet noticeable.
5. Essie Nail Polish in My Address is Hollywood: The name alone puts us in a good mood!
The best nail polish collections of 2014 represent the year’s most popular nail polish shades.These top nail polishes include both new and old favorites, some are hard to find and others are available in any drugstore.This list is a compilation of all the best nail polish brands and shades for 2014 based on readers’ votes, so if you have a favorite color or brand that’s not on the list, make sure to add it so others can discover it as well.
This list includes some of the most popular nail polish colors from brands like OPI, Essie, and China Glaze.Which of these top nail polishes will you be wearing this year? If you see a shade that looks pretty to you, chances are someone else thinks it’s pretty as well! Vote for your favorites (and least favorites) below!
You’ve been asking for it and we have it! We have been searching the web and compiling lists of the best nail polish collections of 2014. So if you are looking for a new nail color to fall in love with, look no further.
Some of these collections are still available for purchase. Others may be hard to find so you can search Ebay or Amazon for discontinued items.
We tried to list both popular and independent brands that are not as well known but still great quality and unique colors.
So here is our list:
Nail polish is a lacquer that can be applied to the human fingernail or toenails to decorate and protect the nail plates. The formulation has been revised repeatedly to enhance its decorative effects, and to suppress cracking or flaking. Nail polish consists of a mix of an organic polymer and several other components, depending on the brand.
Nail polish originated in China, and dates back to 3000 BC. Around 600 BC, during the Zhou dynasty, the royal house preferred the colors gold and silver. However, red and black eventually replaced these metallic colors as royal favorites. During the Ming dynasty, nail polish was often made from a mixture that included beeswax, egg whites, gelatine, vegetable dyes and gum arabic. In Egypt, the lower classes wore pale colors, whereas high society painted their nails a reddish brown. It was also known that mummified pharaohs would have their nails painted by henna.
By the turn of the ninth century, nails were tinted with scented red oils (saffron or cinnabar), henna. Later, in the Yuan Dynasty (1271–1368) nail color indicated one’s social status; a metallic pigment